GIBSONIA, Pa. — Bon’s line of contractor-grade hand tools for the building trades has been expanded with over 200 new parts, which are all included in the company’s updated Master Catalog. The 2021 full line catalog includes over 5,000 items and represents the majority of Bon’s large product offering.

Bon is an industry-leading manufacturer of tools for construction professionals with a large selection of hand tools for masonry, concrete and decorative concrete finishing, concrete restoration, drywall, interior construction, floor covering, asphalt, roofing and general construction. The Bon Master Catalog provides a comprehensive resource of hand tools for the building trades.

Bon was founded on the strength of its Masonry Guides, a time-saving alignment pole system for laying masonry units without building a corner lead. This year marks the addition of a new patented Continuous Masonry Guide, which is used in the same manner, yet has no height limitations. It is designed for use with Extender Units that connect the poles and add unlimited height making the system ideal for block work in high spaces such as elevator shafts and multi-story buildings.

In addition, over 30 new decorative concrete urethane mats were added to Bon’s product line including Deer and Salmon Nature Stamps; an oversized Triashlar Urethane Mat; and a Cobble Circle Urethane Mat System with multiple mats that are used together to create small or large full circle patterns with texture or a textured circular border only. Other new products of interest include two new multi-purpose Dolphin Knives and over 60 new Steel City™ Finish Trowels, adding more of the popular sizes and styles contractors want for concrete and stucco work.

From the invention of the Bon Masonry Guides over 60 years ago to the introduction of the first-ever stainless steel Bullet™ Groover and the Keystone Forged™ Masonry Trowels, Bon Tool Co. remains committed to the development and improvement of products for today’s professional contractor.

The catalog is available free to the trade by making a request online at, phoning 724-443-7080 or emailing